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Fiftieth 

Annual 

Farm and 

Home 

Week 

Program 

February 5-8 
1951 






College of Agriculture : University of Illinois 

And Illinois Farmers' Institute 

Urbana - Champaign 



UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS BULLETIN 

Vol.48 December, 1950 No. 35 

Published seven times each month by the University of Illinois. Entered as 
second-class matter December 11, 1912, at the post office at Urbana, Illinois, 
under the Act of August 24, 1912. Office of Publication, 358 Administration 
Building, Urbana, Illinois. 



INDEX 

PAGE 

Advisory Councils for Agricultural Education 25,28 

Agricultural Economics — 

Cold Storage Locker Plants 9, 11 

Dairy Marketing 15, 17 

Farm Land Prices 18 

Farm Law 26 

Farm Leases 15 

Farm Management 24 

Farm Management Luncheon 24 

Grain Elevator Operation 11 

Grain Production and Prices in a War Economy 9 

Livestock Marketing 15, 18 

Outlook 5.6 

Agricultural Engineering — 

Electricity in Farm Production 25 

Farm Building Improvements 16, 18 

Farm Machinery 11 

Farm Power 10 

Meeting Farm Needs and Demand for Electricity 27 

Small Lakes for Pleasure and Profit 6 

Agronomy — 

Corn Production 16 

Crop Rotations 12 

Legumes and Grasses 10 

Nitrogen "-•' / "»-"""''" ai.,,^- ;„ q^j] Management ... 19 
Soybean 27 

Animal Sci 

Beef G University of Illinois 12 

Breedin i :u___, „* umals 17 

Goodv Library at 19 

Poultry Urbana-Champaign 12 

Sheep . APF9 13 

Swine ."". ."". 13 

Dairy Science — 

Breeding Performance of harm Animals 17 

Dairy Cattle Feeding and Breeding 13 

Good Winter Roughages Pay 19 

Dairy Technology 17, 28 

Symposium on Control of Livestock Diseases 23 

Evening Pro- rams 5, 7, 8, 14, 22, 23, 28 

Exhibits 4, 7, 14, 22, 40 

Farm and Home Week Committees 37 

Film Hour 7, 14, 22, 29 

Forestry 14, 27 

General Sessions 7, 14, 22, 28 

Homemakers' Programs 7, 10, 14, 17, 19, 26, 28 

Identification of Speakers 32, 33, 34, 35, 36 

Illinois Farmers' Institute 7 

Illinois Home Bureau Federation 5, 10 

Information 3, 4 

• 

Open House 8 

Program Outline 20, 21 

Rural Life Conference 24, 26 

Rural Pastors' Short Course 9, 11, 16 

Vespers 7, 14, 22, 29, 30, 31 

Rural Youth 5, 7 

Social Recreation 5, 7, 14, 22 

Some Places to Visit 4 

Special Events 29, 30, 31 



INFORMATION 
For Those Who Cannot Attend 

Arrangements have been made to broadcast as much 
of the Farm and Home Week program as possible 
over station W ILL, 580 on your radio dial. Features 
to be broadcast direct are indicated by an asterisk (*). 

INFORMATION FOR VISITORS 

Registration — Every visitor is urged to register im- 
mediately upon arrival. There is no registration fee. 
Registration headquarters will be maintained in the 
Illini Union Building. For visitors arriving Sunday 
afternoon or evening registration will be at the Illini 
Union Building, also. 

Maps — Maps of the campus and surrounding vicinity 
are available at the registration desk in the Illini Union. 

Meals — Meals may be secured at the Illini Union 
Building on the campus. Lunches will be served be- 
tween the hours of 10:45 a.m. and 1:15 p.m. Lunches 
will be served in the Agricultural Fngineering Build- 
ing from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. There are also restau- 
- in the University area. 

Rooms — Accommodations will be ample for all Farm 
and Home Week visitors. It will not be necessary to 
make any advance reservations for rooms to be ob- 
tained through the committee on registration. Their 
available list will include the University Residence 
Halls— Busey and Evans Halls for women and Men's 
Hall- for men — as well as a list of rooms in private 
homes. You can obtain your rooms at the time of 
registration. The committee will have the room list at 
the Union Building. Rates will range from $2.00 to 
$3.00 per night per person depending on length of stay 
and whether single or double occupancy is desired. 

Lost and Found — Articles lost should be reported to 
and those found turned in to registration headquarters 
in the Illini Union Building. 

Illness or Accidents — Illness or accidents should be 
reported promptly to the registration desk in the Illini 
Union. First Aid service will be rendered by the 
University Health Station, 807 S. Wright St., Cham- 
paign, telephone University Extension 421 for men, 366 
for women. 

Publications — Bulletins, circulars, and other printed 
information of the College of Agriculture are on dis- 
play in the Illini Union. Cards are provided on which 
requests may be made for any of the publications 
desired. 

Beekeeping Program — -The usual program covering 
the field of beekeeping is not being offered this year. 
However, the beekeeping laboratories located in the 
Vivarium Building at Wright and Healey Streets will 
be open on Tuesday and Wednesday for inspection of 
beekeeping equipment and for conferences on beekeep- 
ing questions. The University apiculturist, V. G. Milum. 

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will be present each day, while on Wednesday, Mr. 
Carl E. Killion, Chief Inspector of Apiaries, State 
Department of Agriculture will assist with particular 
regard to bee diseases and their control, comb honey 
production, and marketing problems. 

Further information regarding other beekeepers 
meetings in the state may be obtained by writing to the 
University Apiculturist, 104 Vivarium Building, Cham- 
paign, Illinois. 

SOME PLACES TO VISIT 

Farm and Home Week Show (Lower Gym, Bevier 
Hall) — Agriculture and home economics departmental 
exhibits; 12:00 noon to 6:00 p.m., Monday; 8:00 a.m. to 
6:00 p.m., Tuesday, and Wednesday. Special demonstra- 
tions will be held at 4:00 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday, and 
Wednesday after General Session. 

Table Setting Exhibit— 121 Bevier Hall. 

Corn and Soybean Show — 4-H entries included (Room 
600 Davenport Hall) — Entries will be on display from 8:00 
a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. 

Agricultural Engineering Building — Display of ma- 
chinery and equipment for the farm and home, first and 
second floors ; home and service building construction ma- 
terials, third floor; 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., daily. Demon- 
strations — Flow of water through models of erosion con- 
trol structures, 12:00-12:45 p.m. and 4:00-4:45 p.m., daily. 

Animal Science Farm (South First Street) — Livestock 
and poultry under experimental conditions; 8:00 a.m. 
to 5:00 p.m., daily. 

Dairy Science Farm (South Lincoln Avenue) — Herds 
of all the popular breeds of dairy cattle with facilities 
for their management; 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., daily. 

Horticulture Field Laboratory, Floriculture and Vege- 
table Greenhouses — Flowers and vegetables in the 
Floriculture and Vegetable Greenhouses; research equip- 
ment in the Horticulture Field Laboratory; 8:00 a.m. to 
5:00 p.m., daily. Also, the Food Processing Laboratory 
located in the Horticulture Field Lab. 

Soil Testing Laboratory (Room 218 Davenport Hall) 
— Open for inspection 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon, and 1:00 
to 5:00 p.m., daily. 

Browsing Room (First Floor, Illini Union Building) 
— Popular and timely books that you may read in restful 
chairs; 12:00 noon to 2:00 p.m.; 6:00 to 10:00 p.m., daily. 

Ice Skating (Ice Rink) — Rented skates available; 7:30 
p.m. to 10:00 p.m., daily. Admission charge. 

Museum (Third and Fourth Floors, Natural History) 
— Exhibits of plants, animals, mushrooms, semi-precious 
stones, and Indian relics from Illinois; 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 
p.m., daily. 



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FARM and HOME WEEK 
PROGRAM 

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4 

EVENING 

Auditorium 
R. O. Lyon, presiding 
8:00 — Group Singing led by Janice Beckstrom 

SWEDEN TODAY— Illustrated with colored 
slides — Dr. D. E. Lindstrom 



MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5 

MORNING 

Registration — Lobby of the Illini Union Building 

Rural Youth 

Registration — 112 Gregory Hall 

Clareta Walker, presiding 
10:30 — Registration, Songfest, Announcements 
11:00 — Business, Election of Continuation Committee 
11:30 — Adjourn 

Outlook 

Agricultural Economics Department 

Auditorium 

H. C. M. Case, presiding 

*10:00 — Outlook for Foreign Markets for U. S. Farm 
Products — L. J. Norton 

* 10 : 45 — Inflation and the Domestic Economy — 
L. H. Simerl 

11 :30 — Adjourn 

Illinois Home Bureau Federation 

209 Illini Union 
10:00 — Executive Board and Advisory Council 



* Broadcast 



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(Monday — continued) 



AFTERNOON 

Outlook 

Agricultural Economics Department 

Auditorium 

G. L. Jordan, presiding 

1:00 — The Outlook with regard to 

Dairy Products — R. \V. Bartlett 
Meat Animals — Walter J. Wills 
Grain and Soybeans — T. A. Hieronymus 
*2:00 — Poultry and Eggs — E. E. Broadbent 

Farm Costs and Net Income — Franklin J. 

Reiss 
Farm Family Living Costs — Mrs. Ruth C. 
Freeman 
3:00 — General Session 
4:00 — Recreation — Upper Gym, Bevier Hall 

Small Lakes for Pleasure and Profit 

Agricultural Engineering Department 
201 Agricultural Engineering 
G. F. Sauer, presiding 
1:25— What It Takes for a Good Pond— B. F. 

MUIRHEID 

1 : 50 — Fish Production and Fishing in Ponds — G. W. 
Bennett 

2:20 — Erosion Control and Run-Off from Pond 
Watersheds — W. F. Lytle 

2:30 — Differences in Soil Permeability That Deter- 
mine the Suitability of Different Areas for 
Ponds — R. T. Odell 

3:00 — General Session, Auditorium 

Small Grains 

Agronomy Department 
Smith Music Hall 
C. M. Woodworth, presiding 
1:00— Do We Have Too Many Varieties?— 

O. T. BONNETT 

1:20 — Soft Wheat Program in Southern Illinois — 

W. O. Scott 
1:40 — Nitrogen and Phosphorus Fertilization of 

Wheat and Oats — P. E. Johnson 
2:00 — Rust in Grains and Forage Grasses — 

W. M. Bever 
2:20— What Shall We Do with the Straw?— 

O. H. Sears 
3:00 — General Session, Auditorium 

* liroadcast 

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(Monday afternoon — continued) 
Rural Youth 

112 Gregory Hall 
Clareta Walker, presiding 

1:15 — Rural Youth Program in Illinois — E. D. Lyon, 

Clareta Walkeb 
2 : 30 — Announcements 
3:00 — General Session, Auditorium 

Homemakers' Program 

Lincoln Hall Theatre 
Erma Cottingham, presiding 

1 :00 — How to Select, Prepare, and Serve Fish — 

Rose G. Kerr, demonstrator 
3 :00 — General Session — Auditorium 
4:30-5:30 — Special Classes for Homemakers 

(See Special Events on page 29) 

General Session 

*3 : 00 — Auditorium 

Dean H. P. Rusk, presiding 

Address: What the University Means to the 
Farm Family — Dr. George D. Stoddard, 
President, University of Illinois 



4:00 — Recreation — Upper Gym, Bevier Hall 



4:00— Film Hour, Lincoln Hall 



4:00 — Auditorium — Illinois Farmers' Institute An- 
nual Meeting— W. G. Kammlade, presiding 



4:30 — Vesper Services — Episcopal Chapel of St. John 
the Divine, 1011 South Wright Street, Cham- 
paign 



FARM AND HOME WEEK SHOW— Lower 
Gym, Bevier Hall. See the special demonstrations 
after the General Session until 6:00 p.m. Open 
all afternoon. 



EVENING 

f5:4S — Rural Youth Banquet — Illini Union Ballroom 



* Broadcast, t Charge for admission by written request. 

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(Monday evening — continued) 
Farm and Home Week Open House 

7:00 o'clock— Illini Union 
First Floor Illini Union 
Meet Your Neighbor — Main Lounge 
Music Hour — Pine Lounge (8:00 p.m.) 
You're on the Air — Wedgwood Lounge 
Billiards — Game room 

Second Floor Illini Union 

Colored Slides and Movies 

Touring the West — General Lounge 
Touring Three Continents — Faculty Lounge 
Touring Illinois 4-H Club Camps — Room 209 

Mixer and Dance — Ball Room 
(starts 9:00 p.m.) 

Third Floor Illini Union 

See handicraft and demonstrations in paper sculp- 
ture, gadgetry, jewelry crafts, wood carving, 
glass blowing, plastics, ceramics, weaving, etc. 

Basement Illini Union 

Refreshments — The Tavern 

Floor Show — The Commons (8:00 p.m.) 



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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6 

MORNING 

Grain Production and Prices in a 
War Economy 

Agricultural Economics Department 

112 Gregory Hall 

L. F. Stice, presiding 

*9:00 — Fundamental Factors in Grain Prices — 

G. L. Jordan 
9:30 — Expectations and Futures Trading — 

T. A. Hieronymus 
10:00 — What Production and Marketing Policies 

Should We Have for Grain — L. J. Norton 
1 1 :00 — Discussion 
11 :30 — Adjourn 

Cold Storage Locker Plants 

406 Davenport Hall 
Sleeter Bull, presiding 
Problems in a Poultry Operation 
9:30 — Broiler Production Problems — H. M. Scon 
10:00 — Problems in Killing and Dressing Poultry — 

A. I. Nelson 
10:30 — Problems in Packaging and Merchandising 

Broilers — Carl Bruggeman 
1 1 : 00 — Discussion 
11:30 — Adjourn 

The Church Faces Community Needs 

Rural Pastors' Short Course 
Latzer Hall, University Y.M.C.A. 

Department of Agricultural Economics, College of Agriculture, 
University of Illinois and Rural Pastors' Short Course cooperating 
with the Town and Country Commission of the Illinois Church 
Council, the Catholic Rural Life Conference, the National Lutheran 
Council, and the Town and Country Committee of the National 
Home Missions Council. 

Reverend Ellsworth Young, presiding 

9:00 — Evaluating the Role of the Church in the Com- 
munity — Reverend Walter Schlaretzki 
Discussants: Reverend Cedric Powell, L. E. 
Rust, Warren Goodell 

Reverend Ralph Cummins, presiding 

10:30— What Makes It Difficult for the Church to Ful- 
fill Its Role in the Community — Reverend 
Mark Rich, Monsignor L. G Ligutti 

12: 15 — Luncheon 

Demonstration of Visual Aids — 
L. V. Peterson 

" Broadcast 

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(Tuesday morning — continued) 
Farm Power 

Agricultural Engineering Department 

201 Agricultural Engineering 

G. E. Pickard, presiding 

9:00 — Reducing the Amount of Fuel Needed to Farm 
an Acre — H. P. Bateman 

9:30 — Application of Hydraulic Controls to Tractor- 
Drawn Implements — Representative of In- 
ternational Harvester Co. 
10:15 — Liquid Petroleum [L.P.] Gas for Tractors — 
R. I. Shawl 

11 :00 — Tractor Lubricating Oils — A. R. Ayers 

11:45 to 12: 45— Movies 

Agronomy 

Auditorium 
8:00 — Question Box — J. C. Hackleman, leader 

Legumes and Grasses — Agronomy, Agricultural Eco- 
nomics, Animal Science, and Dairy Science, Cooperating 

W. G. Kammlade, presiding 
9:00 — Growing Legumes and Grasses 

Insuring Good Stands and Yields — 

R. F. FUELLEMAN 

Using Legumes and Grasses 

In a Permanent System of Soil Fertility — 

F. C. Bauer 
In Livestock Production — If. G. Russell, J. G. 

Cash 
In Farming Systems in Different Areas of the 

State— J. E. Wills 
What Legumes and Grass Mean to Illinois 

Agriculture — W. G. Kammlade 

Homemakers' Program 

Lincoln Hall Theatre 

Janice M. Smith, presiding 

9:00 — The United Nations in Action — Kenneth S. 
Carlston 
Relaxer 

*10: 00 — Customs Around the World — University of 
Illinois Internationa] Student Group 

Illinois Home Bureau Federation 

Smith Music Hall 
9:00— Annual Meeting 
12:00 — Luncheon, Ballroom, Illini Uuion Building 



* Broadcast starts at 10:30. 

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(Tuesday — continued) 



AFTERNOON 

Grain Elevator Operation 

Agricultural Economics Department 
112 Gregory Hall 

L. J. Norton, presiding 

1:15 — Measures of Success in Country Grain Ele- 
vator Operations — R. J. Mutti 

2:00 — Effective Direction of Farmers' Cooperatives — 
D. M. Hardy 

3:00 — General Session, Auditorium 

Cold Storage Locker Plants 

406 Davenport Hall 

Walter J. Wills, presiding 

Locker Plant Management in an Inflationary Period 

1:00 — A Banker's Viewpoint — Fred Ringham 

1:30 — A Locker Manager's Viewpoint — John Glenn 

2:00 — A Consumer's Viewpoint — Albert Todoroff 

2:30 — Panel: Current Legal Problems Facing the In- 
dustry — Vaughn Walker, Albert Todoroff, 
J. L. Pidcock 

3:00 — General Session, Auditorium 

Rural Pastors' Short Course 

Latzer Hall, University Y.M.C.A. 
Reverend J. W. Schumacher, presiding 

1:30 — Ways in Which to Make the Church Effective 
Through Teaching Christian Ethics and 
Stewardship — Monsignor L. G. Ligltti, 
Reverend Mark Rich 
Discussants: Reverend H. H. Diers, Reverend 
J. A. Smith, Reverend James Casey 

3:00 — General Session, Auditorium 

Farm Machinery 

Agricultural Engineering Department 

201 Agricultural Engineering 

R. I. Shawl, presiding 

1:00 — New Developments in Farm Crop Sprayers — 
G. E. Pickard 

1:45 — Wear in Spray Nozzles — P. L. Benfield 

2:00 — Harvesting Sunflower Seed — H. P. Bateman 

2:30 — Corn Stalk Shredding — S. P. Young 

3:00 — General Session, Auditorium 

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(Tuesday afternoon — continued) 
Crop Rotations 

Agronomy Department 
Auditorium 

F. C. Bauer, presiding 

1:00 — Effect of Different Crop Rotations and Soil 
Treatment on Soil Structure and Perme- 
ability — R. S. Stauffer 

Effect of Rotations on Insects, Diseases, Weeds, 
and Labor Distribution — G. H. Dungan 

How Long Should Legumes Stand Over? — 
A. L. Lang 

Rotations for Cash Grain Areas — F. C. Bauer 

3:00 — General Session, Auditorium 

Animal Science Department 
Beef Cattle 

Stock Pavilion 

R. R. Snapp, presiding 

More Beef Cows on Illinois Farms 

1:00 — Advantages and Disadvantages of a Beef Cow 
Herd — R. R. Snapp 

1:10 — Can We Compete with the Western Range? — 
A. L. Neumann 

1:30 — Raising Beef Calves in Indiana — Professor 
Claude Harper, Purdue University 

1:50 — Raising Beef Calves in Southern Illinois — 
R. J. Webb 

2:10 — Methods of Developing and Fattening Home 
Raised Calves — H. G. Russell 

2:30 — Question Box 

3:00 — General Session, Auditorium 

Poultry 

316 Mumford Hall 

L. E. Card, presiding 

1:00— What Is a Good Egg?— H. M. Scott 

1:15 — How Does Breeding Influence Egg Quality ? — 
R. C. Eaton 

*1:30 — How Does Management Influence Egg 
Quality? — S. F. Ridlen 

2:00— How Do We Market Our Eggs in Illinois?— 
E. E. Broadbent 

3:00 — General Session, Auditorium 



Broadcast 



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(Tuesday afternoon — continued) 
Sheep 

128 Mumford Hall 

U. S. Garrigus, presiding 

1:00 — Sheep Research at Illinois 

Wintering Ewe Lambs — J. A. Welch 
Sulfur in Lamb Feeding — W. H. Hale 
Baby Lamb Studies — H. H. Draper 

1:30 — Two Lamb Crops a Year? — A. V. Nalbandov 

2:00 — Illinois Wool — Dale Rouse 

2:45 — Adjourn 

3:i)0 — General Session, Auditorium 

Swine 

103 Mumford Hall 

S. W. Terr ill, presiding 

1:00 — Save More Baby Pigs — S. W. Terrill 

1:30 — Reducing Losses from Hog Cholera and Trans- 
missible Gastroenteritis — P. D. Beamer 

2:00 — The Value of Antibiotics in Practical Swine 
Rations — D. E. Becker 

2:30 — Swine Question Box 

2:45 — Adjourn 

3:00 — General Session, Auditorium 

Dairy Cattle, Feeding and Breeding 

Dairy Science 

100 Gregory Hall 

G. W. Salisbury, presiding 

1:00 — The Role of Roughage in Dairy Cattle Nutri- 
tion — P. H. Phillips, University of Wis- 
consin . 

2:00 — Getting the Answers to Dairy Problems: 

Feeding Experiments — K. E. Harshbarger 
Reproduction Studies — N. L. VanDemark 
Breeding Studies — R. W. Touciiberry 

3:00 — General Session, Auditorium 



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(Tuesday afternoon — continued) 
Wood and Trees in Farming 

Forestry Department 
211 Mumford Hall 

J. Nelson Spaeth, presiding 
1:00 — An Effective Windbreak — The Easy Way to 
Winter Comfort — L. B. Culver 
Construction Materials and the Farm Woods — 

C. S. Walters 
Making Forest Plantations Pay Early — 

Ralph W. Lorenz 
Discussion and Question Box 
3:00 — General Session, Auditorium 

Homemakers' Program 

Lincoln Hall Theatre 

Grace B. Armstrong, presiding 

1:00 — Your Food Habits and Health — Sadie Morris 

Relaxer 

*2:00 — Let's Get Specific About Our Personal Needs 

for Self-Improvement — H. C. Hand 
3:00 — General Session, Auditorium 
4:30-5:30 — Special Classes for Homemakers 
(See Special Events on page 29) 

General Session 

*3 : 00 — Auditorium 

Dr. H. C. M. Case, presiding 
Address: Economic Policy for Agriculture. 
Dr. Arthur R. Upgren, Economist, Univer- 
sity of Minnesota and Associate Editor, 
Minneapolis Star 
4:00 — Recreation — Upper Gym, Bevier Hall 
4:00— Film Hour, Lincoln Hall 

4:30 — Vesper Services — Episcopal Chapel of St. John 
the Divine, 1011 S. Wright St., Champaign 



FARM AND HOME WEEK SHOW— Lower 
Gym, Bevier Hall. See the special demonstrations 
after the General Session until 6:00 p.m. Open 
8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. 



EVENING 

f6:00 — Stockmen's Banquet — Illini Union Ballroom 
Speaker: Claude Harper, Head of Animal 
Husbandry Department, Purdue University, 
Lafayette, Indiana — "An Alien Abroad" 

f6:30 — Illinois Home Bureau Federation Presidents' 
Dinner — Latzer Hall, University Y.M.C.A. 

f8:00 — Music and Drama Festival, Auditorium 

* Broadcast, t Charge for admission. 

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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7 

MORNING 

Farm Leases 

Agricultural Economics Department 
112 Gregory Hall 
M. L. Mosher, presiding 
8:00— Question Box 

9:00 — Productivity of Grassland Related to Cash 
Rent— R. II. Rust, J. E. Wills 

9:20 — Farm Building Problems on Rented Farms — 

Keith Hinchcliff 
9:35 — Lessons from English Tenure — Keith Dexter 

10:05 — Division of Expenses on Livestock-Share 
Farms — Howard Greene 

10:30 — Current Practices in Farm Leases — 
H. C. M. Case 

10 : 55 — What Improvements Should the Tenant Pay For ': 
Tenant's Viewpoint — Gordon Sears 
Landlord's Viewpoint — T. E. Myers 
Moderator — J. B. Cunningham 

11:30— Adjourn 

Livestock Marketing 

Agricultural Economics Department 

406 Davenport Hall 

Walter J. Wills, presiding 

What Type Hogs Should a Farmer Raise? 

8:30 — Production Problems of Weight and Type — 
Earl Swanson 

9:00 — Marketing Problems of Type — A. L. Owen 
* 1 : 00 — What Type Hogs Should Farmers Raise? 

Panel: John H. Peaslev, Jr., Fred Meers, 
II. W. Trautman, R. W. Andrew, L. J. 
Norton, moderator 

*10:45 — Factors Affecting the Demand for Meat — 
E. J. Working 

11:30— Adjourn 

Dairy Marketing 

Agricultural Economics Department 

100 Gregory Hall 

Earl Hughes, presiding 

9:00— How Can Plant Efficiency Be Improved? — 
David Oatman, Robert Erickson 
What Relation Should Class II (Cream) Prices 
Be to Class I (Fluid Milk) Prices? — Russell 
Spaulding, Byford Bain 



Broadcast 

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(Wednesday morning — continued) 

10:30 — Developing New Dairy Products: Expanding 
Markets for Old Dairy Products — G. P. 
Gundlach, Jr., Forrest Fairchild 
Discussion 

11:30 — Adjourn 

Rural Pastors' Short Course 
Latzer Hall, University Y.M.C.A. 
Reverend Glen Gothard, presiding 

9:00 — Ways in Which to Make the Church Effective 
Through Counseling — Reverend Granger E. 
Westberg 
Discussants: Reverend Myrvin Holmberg, 
Reverend LeClair Libby, Reverend Newell 
Mendenhall 

D. E. Lindstrom, presiding 

10:30 — Agencies of Service for Today's Community — 
Everett Mitchell 

Discussants: L. W. Olson, C. L. Folse 
12: 15 — Luncheon 

Demonstration of Visual Aids — L. V. Peterson 

Farm Building Improvements 

Agricultural Engineering Department 

201 Agricultural Engineeering 

D. W. Winter, presiding 

9:00— Farm Building Outlook for 1951— D. G. Carter 

9:30 — Are Pole Buildings the Answer? — J. O. Curtis 

10:00 — Farm Buildings — Ready-Made and Home-Made 

—Staff 
10:30— Remodeling the Old Barn— K. H. Hinchcliff 
11:00 — Questions and Discussion Period 
11:45 to 12:45— Movies 

Agronomy 

Auditorium 
8:00 — Question Box — R. T. Odell, leader 

Corn Production 

G. H. Duncan, presiding 

9:00— Results of the 1950 Corn Performance Tests— 
J. W. Pendleton 

9:30 — The Corn Borer Situation — G. C. Decker 

10:00 — The Corn Disease Situation — Benjamin 
Koehler 

10:30 — American Corn Hybrids in Europe and the 
Middle East — R. W. Jugenheimer 



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(Wednesday morning — continued) 
Breeding Performance of Farm Animals 

Animal Science and Dairy Science Cooperating 

103 Mumford Hall 

L. E. Card, presiding 

9:00 — Selecting More Productive Breeding Stock — 
H. G. Russell and C. S. Rhode 

9:40 — Solving Disease Problems That Affect Breeding 
Performance 

Effects of Disease — Ray D. Hatch 
Prevention of Disease — L. E. Boley 

10:30— Should the Hard-to-Settle Female Be Retained? 
— A. V. Nalbandov 

11:00 — The Importance of Facts in Breeding Farm 
Animals — G. W. Salisbury 

11:30— Adjourn 

Dairy Technology 

10:00 — Conducted tour of Dairy Manufactures plant 
in operation (east of Stock Pavilion) 

Homemakers' Program 
Lincoln Hall Theatre 

Anna Searl, presiding 

*9:00 — Illinois Safe Homes Awards — Gladys J. Ward 

Lulu Black, presiding 

9:30 — Why Prices Rise and What We Can Do About 
It — J. Carroll Bottum 

Questions About Prices Farm Families Re- 
ceive — L. II. Simerl 
Questions About Prices Farm Families 
Pav — Ruth C. Freeman 



AFTERNOON 

Dairy Marketing 

Agricultural Economics Department 

100 Gregory Hall 

Paul Koenig, presiding 

1:00 — Developing New Dairy Products: Expanding 
Markets for Old Dairy Products — Robert L. 
Owens, Henry Soldwedel, F. L. Hart, 
R. W. Bartlett, C. M. O'Malley 
Discussion 

3:00 — General Session, Auditorium 



Broadcast 

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(Wednesday afternoon — continued) 
Farm Land Prices 

Agricultural Economics Department 
112 Gregory Hall 

A. T. Anderson, presiding 

1:00 — The Farm Land Market: What Is Happening 
and What of It? 
Discussion: E. D. Peterson, Arnold R. Kemp, 
O. H. Mendenhall, Ralph E. Nowlan, 
H. C. M. Case, C. L. Stewart 

2:00 — Prices as Affected by Technological and Eco- 
nomic Changes — R. H. Bray, D. G. Carter, 
R. R. Hudelson 

3:00 — General Session, Auditorium 

Livestock Marketing 

Agricultural Economics Department 
406 Davenport Hall 

L. F. Stice, presiding 

What Quality and Finish Cattle Should 
Illinois Farmers Produce? 

1:00 — Production Problems — A. L. Neumann 

1:45 — Marketing Aspects— J. H. Doyle 

2 : 30 — Discussion 

3:00 — General Session, Auditorium 

Rural Pastors' Short Course 
Latzer Hall, University Y.M.C.A. 

Reverend Myrvin Holmberg, presiding 

1:30 — Inspiration Toward Getting the Job Done — 
President Conrad Bergendoff 

3:00 — General Session, Auditorium 

1951 Farm Building Improvements 

Agricultural Engineering Department 
201 Agricultural Engineering 
K. H. Hinchcliff, presiding 
1:00 — Fire and Wind Losses: Means for Prevention 
The Fire Loss Situation — D. W. Winter 
Building-in Fire Safety — D. G. Carter 
Wind-Safe Design — J. O. Curtis 

2:00 — Trends in Planning Livestock and Storage 
Buildings — Thayer Cleaver, J. O. Curtis, 
K. H. Hinchcliff, L. E. Holman 

3:00— General Session, Auditorium 



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(Wednesday afternoon — continued) 

Nitrogen and Organic Matter 
in Soil Management 

Agronomy Department 

Auditorium 
L. T. Kurtz, presiding 
1:00 — Using Nitrogen on Corn — L. B. Miller 

1:25 — Effects of Crop Rotation on Soil Organic 
Matter— S. W. Melsted 

1:50 — Organic Matter for High Productivity — 
R. H. Bray 

2:15 — What's Inside Ladino Clover and Other 
Legumes? — H. J. Snider 

3:00 — Genera] Session, Auditorium 

Good Winter Roughages Pay- 
Animal Science and Dairy Science Cooperating 
103 Mumford Hall 
G. W. Salisbury, presiding 

1:00 — The Value of Corn Silage for Beef Cattle — 
R. R. Snapp 

*1:30 — Ten Years Experience with Legume-Grass 
Silage on Our Dairy Farm — Paul Mont- 
avon, DeKalb County Dairyman 

*2: 00— Better Quality Hay for Illinois— Panel Dis- 
cussion: Why Quality Is Needed; Observa- 
tions on Hay Quality in Central Illinois ; 
Machinery Aids for Making Better Hay — 
C. W. Crawford, K. E. Gardner, T. S. 
Hamilton, and J. H. Ramser 

2:45 — Adjourn 

3:00 — General Session, Auditorium 

Homemakers' Program 

Lincoln Hall Theatre 

Nellie L. Perkins, presiding 

1:00 — Behavior Changes in Adolescence — Louise 
Bates Ames 
Relaxer 

2:00 — Youth in Action — DiAnne Mathre, Wendell 
Swan son 

3:00 — General Session, Auditorium 

4:00 — Organization Discussion for County and Unit 
Home Bureau Officers — 100 Gregory Hall 

4:30-5:30 — Special Classes for Homemakcr- 

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(Wednesday afternoon — continued) 
General Session 

*3: 00— Auditorium 

Professor Kathryn V. Burns, presiding 
Address: The American Family in Today's 
World — Mrs. Charles N. DeShazo, Secre- 
tary of the Associated Women of the Ameri- 
can Farm Bureau Federation 

4:00— Film Hour— Lincoln Hall 

4:00- — Recreation — Upper Gym, Bevier Hall 

4:30 — Vesper Services — Episcopal Chapel of St. John 
the Divine, 1011 South Wright Street, Cham- 
paign 



FARM AND HOME WEEK SHOW— Lower 
Gym, Bevier Hall. See the special demonstrations 
after the General Session until 6:00 p.m. Open 
8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. 



EVENING 

Illinois Rural Life Conference 
Latzer Hall, University Y.M.C.A. 

The Changing Community Challenges 

D. E. Lindstrom, presiding 
|5: 30— Dinner 

The Changing Community Challenges Farm 
and Town People to Work Together — 
Leonard Fletcher 

Paul Johnson, presiding 

Business Session 

Discussion: Health Problems — 

L. R. Davenport 
School Reorganization — John Cox 
Maintenance of Community Enthusiasms — 

W. G. Kammlade, Mrs. Mildred Rafferty 
Mechanisms for Creating a Recognition of 

Mutual Problems — Nick Moore, Mrs. Mar- 

jorie Schneider 



* Broadcast. 

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(Wednesday evening — continued) 

f6: 30— Illinois Crop Improvement Association An- 
nual Banquet 

Illini Union Ballroom 

Speaker: Travelogue by Connie and Bud 
Holmericks from the Columbia Lecture 
Bureau, Inc. 

7:00— Winter Festival 

George Huff Gym 
8:00 — Symposium on Control of Livestock Diseases 

Illini Union 

Under Leadership of Dean Robert Graham, 

College of Veterinary Medicine 



t Charge for admission. 



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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8 

MORNING 

Illinois Rural Life Conference 

314 Illini Union (N) 
Dawson Womeldorff, presiding • 

9:00 — School Adjustments to Reorganization — 
M. R. Sumption 
Discussants: Harlan Beem, H. M. Hamlin, 
H. J. Phelps, Al Kurz, Myra Robinson, 
Roe M. Wright, Mrs. Paul V. Norris, Mrs. 
Hazel O'Neil 

George Lewis, presiding 

10:30 — Adjustments of Youth to Future Occupations 
in the Community — Reverend Glen Goth- 
ard, Sue Atwood, Phyllis Plotner, Rich- 
ard Ressler, C. L. Folse 

11:30 — Adjourn 

Farm Management 

Agricultural Economics Department 

Auditorium 

P. E. Johnston, presiding 

Farm Adjustments for the Years Ahead 

9:00 — Sound Land Use— W. D. Buddemeier 

9:30 — Efficient Use of Labor — Lowell Hardin 

10:00 — Investment in Machinery, Livestock, Buildings, 
and Soil Improvement — B. G. Perkins 

10:30— What Adjustments Should We Make in Our 
Farm Plans? 
Panel: Lowell Hardin, B. G. Perkins, Jack 
Claar, Earl Hughes, Russell Matiiew, 
Robert Teel 

Farm Management Luncheon 

Illini Union Ballroom 

G. B. Whitman, presiding 

fll :40 — Luncheon 

12:30 — Welcome to young farmers and new cooper- 
ators in the farm account project — H. C. M. 
Case 

1:00 — The World Ahead for Young Farmers — 
Ralph S. Yohe 

1:45 — Adjourn 



t Charge for admission. 



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(Thursday morning — continued) 
Electricity in Farm Production 

Agricultural Engineering Department 

201 Agricultural Engineering 

E. \V. Lehman n, presiding 

9:00— Automatic Ear Corn Grinding — M. W. Forth 

9:30 — Selection of Crop Drying Equipment — 
J. H. Ramser 

10:00 — Drying Corn — L. E. Holman, F. W. Andrew 

11:00 — All Year Watering of Livestock— H. C. Rutt 

1 1 : 45 — Movies 

Agronomy 

Smith Music Hall 
8:00 — Question Box — O. H. Sears, Leader 

R. F. Fuelleman, presiding 
9:00— Weed Control— F. W. Slife 
9:45— Insect Outlook for 1951— II. B. Petty 
10:15 — Forage Seed Situation — J. C. Hackleman 
10:40 — The Place of Tall Fescue — J. J. Pierre 
11:00 — Pasture Irrigation — G. E. McKibben 

127 Mumford Hall 

10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. — Illinois Turkey Growers' 
Meeting 

Advisory Councils for Agricultural 
Education 

Illini Union Building 

Discussion (jroups 

9:30 — Establishing Advisory Councils for Depart- 
ments of Vocational Agriculture — H. M. 

I Iami.ix. Room 211 

Advisory Committees for Young Farmer 
Classes — L. J. Phipps, Room 213 

Advisory Committees for the High School Pro- 
gram of Vocational Agriculture and the 
F.F.A.— G. P. Deyoe, Room 215 

Advisory Committees for Farm Veterans 
Education — M. J. Scott, Room 217 

11:00 — Vocational Agriculture in Illinois in 1951 — 
J. E. Hill, General Lounge, Second Floor 

DAIRY TECHNOLOGY SHORT COURSE 

8:00 — Faculty Lounge, Illini Union 



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(Thursday morning — continued) 
Homemakers' Program 

Home Economics and Agricultural Engineering, 

Cooperating 

Lincoln Hall Theatre 

W. D. Murphy, presiding 
*9:00 — This Year in Housing — D. G. Carter 
9:20— The Right Material for the Job— 

K. H. HlNCHCLIFF 

Relaxer 
10:00 — From Research to Realization — Helen Mc- 

CULLOUGH, M. R. HODGELL, K. H. HlNCH- 
CLIFF, Catherine M. Sullivan 

*10:40 — Family Satisfactions from Housing — 
Madonna Fitzgerald 



AFTERNOON 

Farm Law 

Agricultural Economics Department 

Auditorium 

J. E. Wills, presiding 

1 :00 — Illinois Farm Drainage Laws — H. W. Hannah, 
D. V. Dobbins 

2:00 — Family Transfer of Farm Land — H. W. 
Hannah, N. G. P. BCrausz, Mrs. Ruth 
C. Freeman 

3:00 — General Session, Auditorium 

Illinois Rural Life Conference 

314 Illini Union (N) 

Ellsworth Young, presiding 

1:00 — The Church and the Changing Community — A 
round table discussion: H. Clay Tate, 
Joseph Murphy, Reverend Ralph Cummins, 
Mrs. Carl Kirby, James Short, Mrs. Albert 
Pierce 

Paul Johnson, presiding 

2:00— Using the Right Media in the Right Way— 
C. V. Amenoff, William Holm 

Discussants: Mrs. Margaret Cowdin, James 
Patton, W. B. Bunn, James Thomsen, 
Robert Hudson 

3:00 — General Session, Auditorium 



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(Thursday afternoon — continued) 

Meeting Farm Needs and Demand 
for Electricity 

Agricultural Engineering Department 

201 Agricultural Engineering 

F. W. Andrew, presiding 

1:00 — Selecting and Using a Farm Welder — 
J. H. Matthews 

*1 : 30 — Supplying Continuous Power to Farms — 
D. Searls 

*2:00 — Discussion ( Panel ) : Today's Rural Electrifica- 
tion Problems — E. W. Leiimann, Chairman 

3:00 — General Session, Auditorium 

Soybeans 

Agronomy 

Smith Music Hall 

O. T. Bonnett, presiding 

1:00 — New Soybean Varieties — C. M. Woodwortii 

1:20 — Soybean Diseases — D. W. Chamberlin 

1 :4S — With O.E.E.C. on Three Continents — 
R. O. Weibel 

Wood and Trees in Farming 

Forestry Department 
211 Mumford Hall 

J. Nelson Spaeth, presiding 

1:00 — An Effective Windbreak — The Easy Way to 
Winter Comfort — L. B. Culver 
Construction Materials and the Farm Woods — 

C. S. Walters 
Making Forest Plantations Pay Early — 

Ralph W. Lorenz 
Discussion and Question Box 
3:00 — General Session, Auditorium 



Broadcast 



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(Thursday afternoon — continued) 

Advisory Councils for Agricultural 
Education 

Illini Union Building 
Discussion Groups 

1:30 — Advisory Councils for Boards of Education — 
H. M. Hamlin, Room 211 
The Work of Established Advisory Councils 
for Departments of Vocational Agriculture — 
M. J. Scott, Room 217 

Advisory Committees for Adult Farmer (Eve- 
ning) Classes — L. J. Phipps, Room 213 

Homemakers' Program 

Lincoln Hall Theatre 

Edna R. Gray, presiding 

1:00 — Homemakers Write Merchandise Standards — 
Mary C. Whitlock 

Relaxer 

Kathryn Weesner, presiding 

2:00 — Combining Old and New Furniture — 
Helen Ludwig 

3:00 — General Session, Auditorium 

General Session 

*3: 00— Auditorium 

Dean R. R. Hudelson, presiding 

Address: War or Peace in the Far East, Dr. 

Wilbur Schramm, Dean, Division of Com- 
munications, University of Illinois 1 

Dairy Technology 

Dairy Manufactures Building 

1:00 — Demonstration of baker's cheese and cheese 
cakes — S. L. Tuckey 



EVENING 

Illinois Turkey Growers' Association Banquet 

Thursday, February 8, 1950 
f6:30 p.m., Latzer Hall, University Y.M.C.A. 



1 Dr. Schramm was in Korea when copy for this program was 
released. He is due back February 1 ; but if his return is delayed, 
Quincy Howe, radio commentator and visiting Professor in Jour- 
nalism and Communications has kindly consented to review the 
international situation. 

* Broadcast, t Charge for admission. 

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SPECIAL EVENTS 

Monday Morning, February 5, 1951 

Illinois Home Bureau Federation 

Executive Hoard and Advisory Council 
10:00, 209 Illini Union Building 

Monday Afternoon, February 5, 1951 

Illinois Farmers' Institute Annual Meeting 
4:00, Auditorium 

Illinois Agricultural Association Cooperative Training 
Course 

February 5-8, 1951 
114 David Kinley Hall 

Vespers — Rural Pastors' 

4:30, Episcopal Chapel of St. John the Divine 
1011 S. Wright St., Champaign 

Special Classes in Home Economics are scheduled for 
those who are interested. Because of limited space, 
these classes are to be repeated each afternoon from 
4:30 to 5:30 Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. 
In order to be fair to all Farm and Home Week Vis- 
itors, registration each day is necessary. An admittance 
card may be obtained for the class of your choice at 
a table in the first floor lobby of Lincoln Hall. The 
following classes are scheduled: 
Play Equipment — Nellie L. Perkins, 117 Bevier Hall. 

(Capacity 40) 
Time Saving Suggestions in Food Preparation — Pearl 

Z. Jannsen, 229 Bevier Hall. (Capacity 50) 
Sewing Tricks — Ritta Wiiitesel, 315 Bevier Hall. 

(Capacity 50) 
Developing Color Schemes for Homes — Kathryn M. 

Weesner, 304 Bevier Hall. (Capacity 50) 
Convenient Kitchen Storage — Helen E. McCullough, 

Margaret R. Corbin, 108 Bevier Hall. (Capacity 

100) 
Home Management House — Joda L. McGaughey, 1202 

W. Green St. (Capacity 50) 
Freezing in a Research Laboratory — Royene F. Owen, 

113 Bevier Hall. (Capacity 50) 
The Effect of Light on Color — Buford Smith, Jr., 151 

Electrical Engineering Building. (Capacity 40) 

Film Hour 

Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday — February 5, 6, 

and 7. 
4:00, Lincoln Hall 



Monday Evening, February 5, 1951 

Epsilon Sigma Phi Dinner and Initiation 
f5:00, University Place Christian Church 

Rural Youth Banquet 

t5:45, Illini Union Ballroom 



t Charge for admission. 

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Farm and Home Week Open House 

7:30, Illini Union 

Illinois Christian Rural Fellowship Dinner 
tS:30, University Y.M.C.A., Latzer Hall 
Reverend Walter Teesdale, presiding 
Address: The Christian Farmer and the World 
Food Situation — John H. Reisner 

Tuesday Morning, February 6, 1951 

Illinois Home Bureau Federation 

Annual Meeting 
9:00, Smith Music Hall 
fl2:00, Ballroom, Illini Union 
Luncheon 

Rural Pastors' Conference, Latzer Hall, University 
Y.M.C.A. 
February 6-8, 1951 

Southern Illinois Camping Association Breakfast and 
Meeting 
t7:30, University Y.M.C.A. 

Tuesday Afternoon, February 6, 1951 

Film Hour 

4:00, Lincoln Hall 

Vespers — Rural Pastors' 

4:30, Episcopal Chapel of St. John the Divine 
1011 South Wright Street, Champaign 

Illinois State Association of Soil Conservation Districts 

Afternoon and evening 

Faculty Lounge, Illini Union Building 

Rock River 4-H Club Camp Association 

4:00, 213 Illini Union Building 

Shaw-waw-nas-see 4-H Club Camp Association 
4:00, 209 Illini Union 

Special Classes in Home Economics 

4:30, Bevier Hall and Electrical Engineering Building 

Tuesday Evening, February 6, 1951 

Stockmen's Banquet 

t6:00, Illini Union Ballroom 
Speaker: Claude G. Harper, Head of Animal Hus- 
bandry Department, Purdue University, Lafayette 

Illinois Home Bureau Federation 

•['Presidents' Dinner 
6:30, Latzer Hall, University Y.M.C.A. 

Music and Drama Festival 
t8:00, Auditorium 



1 Tickets for luncheon and Presidents' dinner may be secured 
in the lobby of Smith Music Hall Tuesday morning, February 6. 
t Charge for admission. 



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Wednesday Afternoon, February 7, 1951 

Illinois Farm Sports Festival Dance Preliminaries 

9:00 — 3:00, Woman's Gym, Upper and Lower Gyms 

Illinois Home Bureau Federation 

Organization Discussion for County and Unit 

Home Bureau Officers 
4:00, 100 Gregory Hall 

Film Hour — 4:00, Lincoln Hall 

Vespers — Rural Pastors 

4:30, Episcopal Chapel of St. John the Divine 
1011 South Wright Street, Champaign 

Special Classes in Home Economics 

4:30, Bevier Hall and Electrical Engineering 
Building 

Wednesday Evening, February 7, 1951 

Winter Festival 

7:00, George Huff Gym 
Exhibition Dancing 
Mixers and Dancing for All 

Illinois Crop Improvement Association Annual 
Banquet 
t6:30, Illini Union Ballroom 
Speaker: Travelogue by Connie and Bud Holmer- 
icks from the Columbia Lecture Bureau, Inc. 

Rural Life Conference Dinner 

t8:00, Latzer Hall, University Y.M.C.A. 

Thursday Morning, February 8, 1951 

Farm Management Luncheon 
1*11:45, Illini Union Ballroom 
Speaker: Ralph S. Yohe, "The World Ahead for 
Young Farmers." 

Dairy Technology Short Course 

8:00 to 4:00, Faculty Lounge, Illini Union Building 
tl2:00, Luncheon, 314 N, Illini Union Building 

Illinois Turkey Growers' Association Meeting 
10:00 to 5:00, 127 Mumford Hall 

Thursday Evening, February 8, 1951 

Illinois Society Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers 
6:30, 314 X. Illini Union 

Illinois Turkey Growers' Association Meeting 

t6:30, Banquet, Latzer Hall, University Y.M.C.A. 

Friday Morning, February 9, 1951 

Illinois Farm and Home Safety Committee 
9:00, 213 Gregory Hall 



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IDENTIFICATION OF SPEAKERS 

Amenoff, C. V., Editor and Publisher, Elburn Herald, Elburn, 
Illinois 

Ames, Louise Bates, Director of Research, Gesell Institute, New 
Haven, Conn. 

"Anderson, A. T., Assistant Professor, Agricultural Economics Ex- 
tension 

"Andrew, F. W., Assistant Professor, Agricultural Engineering 

Andrew, R. W., Manager, William Davies Co., Danville, Illinoi- 

* Armstrong, Grace B., Associate Professor, Foods and Nutrition 
Atwood, Sue, Olney, Illinois 

"Ayers, A. R., Instructor, Agricultural Engineering 

Bain, Byford, Marketing Specialist, Production and Marketing 
Admin., U.S.D.A., Washington, D.C. 

"Bartlett, R. W., Professor, Agricultural Economics 

*Bateman, H. P., Associate, Agricultural Engineering 

* Bauer, F. C, Professor, Soil Fertility 

*Beamer, P. D., Assistant Professor, Veterinary Pathology and Hy- 
giene 
"Becker, D. E., Assistant Professor, Animal Science 

Beem, Harlan, Illinois Association of School Boards, Springfield, 
Illinois 
*Benfield, P. L., Assistant, Agricultural Engineering 
*Bennett, G. W., Aquatic Biologist, State Natural History Survey 
Bergendoff, Conrad, President, Augustana College, Rock Island. 

Illinois 
Bever, W. M., Associate Professor, Crop Pathology 

* Black, Lulu, Assistant Professor, Home Economics 

*Boley, L. E., Professor, Veterinary Clinical Medicine; Head of 

Department 
*Bonnett, O. T., Professor, Plant Genetics 
Bottum, J. Carroll, Assistant Chief, Agricultural Economics, 
Purdue University 
"Bray, R. H., Professor, Soil Fertility 

*Broadbent, E. E., Extension Specialist in Agricultural Marketing 
Brueggemann, Carl, Manager, Carlinville Cooperative Lockers, Car- 
linville, Illinois 
*Buddemeier, W. D., Assistant Professor, Agricultural Economic.-- 
"Bull, Sleeter, Professor of Meats 

Bunn, W. B., Champaign County Farm Adviser, Champaign, Illinois 
"Burlison, W. L., Professor, Head of the Agronomy Department 
Burns, Mrs. Kathryn V., Professor, Home Economics; State 
Leader of Home Economics Extension 

"Card, L. E., Professor, Animal Science; Head of Department 
"Carlston, Kenneth S., Professor of Law 
"Carter, D. G., Professor, Farm Structures 
"Case, H. C. M., Head, Department of Agricultural Economics 
Casey, Reverend James, Tuscola, Illinois 
"Cash, J. G., Associate Professor, Dairy Science 
Chamberlain, D. W., Pathologist, USDA 
"Claar, Jack, Fieldman, Farm Bureau Farm Management Service, 
Petersburg, Illinois 
Cleaver, Thayer, USDA 

*Corbin, Margaret R., Associate, Home Economics 
*Cottingham, Erma, Associate in Home Economics 4-H Club Work 
Cowdin, Mrs. Margaret, Executive Secretary, Illinois Statewide 

Public Health Committee, Springfield, Illinois 
Cox, John, Director, Rural School Relations, Illinois Agricultural 
Association, Chicago, Illinois 
"Crawford, C. W., Assistant Professor, Animal Science 
"Culver, L. B., Associate Professor, Forestry 

Cummins, Reverend Ralph, Illinois Presbyter, McKinley Founda- 
tion, Champaign, Illinois 
"Cunningham, J. B., Associate Professor, Farm Management Ex- 
tension 
"Curtis, J. O., Instructor, Agricultural Engineering 

* Staff members, University of Illinois. 



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Davenport, L. K., Illinois State Department of Health, Springfield, 
Illinois 
•Decker, G. C, Professor, Entomology 

DeShazo, Mrs. Catherine P., Secretary, Associated Women of the 
American Farm liureau Federation 

Dexter, Keith, Graduate Student, Department of Agricultural Eco- 
nomics; Nuneaton, England 
"Deyoe, G. P., Professor, Agricultural Education 

Diers, Reverend II. II., Thomasboro, Illinois 

Dobbins, D. V., Attorney, Champaign, Illinois 

Doyle, J. H., Head, Iieef, Lamb, and Veal Department, Swift and 
Company, Chicago, Illinois 

•Draper, H. H., Assistant, Animal Nutrition 

•Duncan, G. H., Professor, Crop Production 

'Eaton, R. C, Instructor, Animal Science 
Erickson, Robert, Manager, Prairie Farms Creamery, Mt. Sterling, 
Illinois 

Fairbanks, B. W., President, American Dry Milk Institute, Chicago, 

Illinois 
Fairchild, Forrest, Manager, Illinois Prairie Farms Creamers, 

IAA, Chicago, Illinois 
Fitzgerald, Madonna, Extension Economist, Home Management, 

University of Missouri 
Fletcher, Leonard, Director, Training and Community Relations, 
Caterpillar Tractor Co., Peoria, Illinois 
*Folse, C. L., Assistant Professor, Rural Sociology 
•Forth, M. W., Assistant, Agricultural Engineering 
'Freeman, Mrs. Ruth C, Assistant Professor, Home Economics 
•Fuelleman, R. F., Professor, Crop Production 

•Gardner, K. E., Associate Professor, Dairy Production 
•Garrigus, U. S., Assistant Professor, Animal Science 

Glenn, John H., President, Glenn Locker and Packing Co., Beards- 
town, Illinois 
'Goodell, Warren, Economic Analyst, State Division of Waterways 

Gothard, Reverend Glen, Kempton, Illinois 
•Graham, Robert, Dean, College of Veterinary Medicine 
•Gray, Edna R., Assistant Professor, Clothing 

Greene, Howard, Greene Farm Management Service, Peoria, Illinois 

Gundlach, G. P., Jr., President, G. P. Gundlach and Co. 

•Hackleman, J. Ci Professor, Crops Extension 
*Hale, W. H., Instructor, Animal Science 
'Hamilton, T. S., Professor, Animal Nutrition 
'Hamlin, H. M., Professor, Agricultural Education 
•Hand, H. C, Professor, Education 
'Hannah, H. W., Professor, Agricultural Law 

Hardin, Lowell S., Department of Agricultural Economics, Purdue 
University, Lafayette, Indiana 

Hardy, D. M., General Agent, Farm Credit Administration; Presi- 
dent, St. Louis Bank for Cooperatives, St. Louis, Missouri 

Harper, Claude G., Professor, Head of Animal Husbandry Depart- 
ment, Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana 
•Harshbarger, K. E., Assistant Professor, Dairy Production 

Hart, F. L., Sales Manager, Dean Milk Co., Chicago, Illinois 
'Hatch, Ray D., Associate Professor, Veterinary Clinical Medicine 
'Hieronymus, T. A., Assistant Professor, Agricultural Economics 

Hill, J. E., Assistant Director and Chief, Agricultural Education, 
Illinois Board for Vocational Agriculture 
'Hinchcliff, K. H., Associate Professor, Farm Structures 
'Hodgell, Murlin, First Assistant, Agricultural Engineering 

Holm, William, General Manager, WLPO, LaSalle, Illinois 

Holman, L. E., USDA 

Holmberg, Reverend Myrvin, Paxton, Illinois 

Holmericks, Connie and Bud, Columbia Lecture Bureau, Inc. 
'Howe, Quincy, Visiting Associate Professor of Journalism and 
Communications 

Hubbard, David E., Equitable Life Assurance Society of the U. S., 
Urbana, Illinois 
•Hudelson, R. R., Associate Dean, College of Agriculture 
'Hudson, Robert, Director of University Broadcasting 

HroHES, Earl, R. #1, Woodstock, Illinois 



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*Jannsen, Pearl, Associate Professor, Home Economics 
Johnson, Paul C, Editor, Prairie Farmer, Chicago, Illinois 
*Johnson, P. E., Assistant Professor, Soil Fertility 
*Johnston, P. E., Professor, Agricultural Economics 
*Jordan, G. L., Professor, Agricultural Economics 
*Juge.\heimer, R. W., Professor, Plant Genetics 

*Kammlade, \V. G., Associate Director of Extension 
Kemp, A. R., Knox County Farm Adviser, Galesburg, Illinois 
Kerr, Rose G., Home Economist, Fish and Wildlife Service, Depart- 
ment of Interior, Washington, D. C. 
Kirbv, Mrs. Carl, Tallula, Illinois 

*Koehler, Benjamin, Professor, Crop Pathology 
Koenig, Paul, President, Borden Milk Co., Chicago, Illinois 

*Krausz, N. G. P., First Assistant, Agricultural Law 
Kurz, Al, President, FFA, Dixon, Illinois 

*Lang, A. L., Professor, Soil Fertility 

*Lehmann, E. W., Professor, Agricultural Engineering; Head of the 
Department 
Lewis, George, Past President, FFA, Champaign, Illinois 
Libby, Reverend LeClaire, LaHarpe, Illinois 

Ligutti, Monsignor L. G., Executive Secretary, National Catholic 
Rural Life Conference, Des Moines, Iowa 
*Lindstrom, D. E., Professor, Rural Sociology 
*Lorenz, R. W., Associate Professor, Forestry 
Ludwig, Helen, Assistant Professor, Home Economics, University 

of Minnesota, St. Paul, Minnesota 
Lyon, E. D., Director of Young People's Activities, Illinois Agricul- 
tural Association, Chicago, Illinois 
*Lytle, W. F., Instructor, Agricultural Engineering 

Mathew, Russell, Morrison, Illinois 

Mathre, Dianne, 4-H Representative to Mid-Century White House 
Conference on Children and Youth, Washington, D. C. 
'Matthews, J. W., Instructor, Vocational Agriculture and Agri- 
cultural Engineering 
*McCullough, Helen, Research Associate, Home Economics 
*McGaughey, Joda L., Instructor, Home Furnishings 
*McKibben, G. E., First Assistant, Agricultural Research and Agri- 
cultural Extension, Dixon Springs 
Meers, Fred, Farmer, Bloomington Road, Champaign, Illinois 
*Melsted, S. W., Associate Professor, Soil Fertility 
Mendenhall, Reverend Newell, Monroe, Wisconsin 
Mendenhall, O. H., Equitable Life Insurance Co. of Iowa, Cham- 
paign, Illinois 
*Miller, L. B., Assistant Professor, Soil Fertility 
Mitchell, Everett, Farm Editor, CBS-WBBM, Merchandise Mart, 

Chicago, Illinois 
Montavon, Paul, DeKalb County Dairyman 
Moore, Neil, Agricultural Representative, Illinois Chamber of 

Commerce, Chicago, Illinois 
Morris, Dr. Sadie, Head, Department of Home Economics, Eastern 
Illinois State College, Charleston, Illinois 
*Mosher, M. L., Professor, Farm Management, Emeritus 
'Muirheid, B. F., Instructor, Agricultural Engineering 

Murphy, Joseph, Principal, Whittier School, Peoria, Illinois 
'Murphy, W. D., Assistant Professor, Agricultural Extension; As- 
sistant State Leader, Farm Advisers 
*Mutti, R. J., Assistant Professor, Agricultural Marketing 
Myers, T. E., Fieldman, Farm Bureau Farm Management Service, 
Urbana, Illinois 

*Nalbandov, A. Y., Associate Professor, Animal Physiology 
Nell, Reverend George, Co-op Parish Activities, Effingham, Illi- 
nois 
' \i i son, A. I., Associate Professor of Food Processing 
'Neumann, A. L., Associate Professor of Animal Science 
Xokris, Mrs. Paul V., Illinois Federation of Women's Clubs, Robin- 
son, Illinois 
*Norton, L. J., Professor, Agricultural Economics 
Nowlan. Ralph E., Chief reviewing appraiser, Federal Land Bank, 
St. Louis, Missouri 

Oatman, David, Elgin Milk Products Co., Chicago, Illinois 
*Odell, R. T., Associate Professor, Soil Physics 

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Olson, I-. W., Instructor, Speech 

O'Malley, C. M., American Dry Milk institute, Chicago, Illinois 

O'Nlil, Mrs. Hazel, Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction, 

Springfield, Illinois 
Owen, A. L., National Livestock Producers Association, Chicago, 

Illinois 
•Owen, Royene F., Instructor, Home Economics 
Owens, Robert L., Vice President, J. D. Roszell Co., Peoria, Illinois 

Patton, James, Executive Secretary; Urbana Association of Com- 
merce, Urbana, Illinois 
Peasley, John H., Jr., Earmer, Stronghurst, Illinois 
'Pendleton, J. W., First Assistant, Crop Production 
Perkins, B. G. ( Doane's Agricultural Service, St. Louis, Missouri 
"I'tKKiNs, Nillie L., Professor, Home Economics 
Peterson, E. D., Montgomery County Farm Adviser, Hillsboro, 
Illinois 
•Peterson, L. V., Visual Communications Specialist 
•Petty, 11. B., Assistant Professor, Entomology 
Phelps, H. J., Superintendent, Community Unit District, Norris 

City, Illinois 
Phillips, P. 11., University of Wisconsin, Professor, Agricultural 
Biochemistry 
"Piiipps, L. J., Assistant Professor, Agricultural Education 
'Pickard, G. E., Associate Professor, Agricultural Engineering 
Pidcock, J. L., Secretary, Illinois Cooperative Locker Service, Chi- 
cago, Illinois 
Pierce, Mrs. Albert, Sullivan, Illinois 

Pierre, J. J., Nursery Agronomist, U. S. Soil Conservation Service 
Plotner, Phyllis, Farmer City, Illinois 
Powell, Reverend Cedric, Piper City, Illinois 

Kafhrty, Mrs. Mildred, Canton, Illinois 
"Kamser, J. H., Associate, Agricultural Engineering 
Reisner, John YV., Executive Secretary, Agricultural Missions, Inc., 

New York, New York 
•Reiss, Franklin J., Assistant Professor, Farm Management Research 
Ressler, Richard, FFA, Fisher, Illinois 
*Rhode, C. S., Professor, Dairy Science Extension 
Rich, Mark, Director of Town and Country Work, American Baptist 
Home Mission Society, New York, New York 
'Ridlen, S. F., Assistant Professor, Poultry Extension 
Ringham, Fred, Vice President, St. Louis Bank for Cooperatives, 

St. Louis, Missouri 
Robinson, Myra, Past President, Illinois Home Bureau Federation, 

Kansas, Illinois 
Rouse, Dale, Manager, Illinois Wool Marketing Association, Paris, 

Illinois 
Risk, H. P., Dean and Director, College of Agriculture 
'Russell, H. G., Professor, Animal Science 

Rust, L. E., Paxton, Illinois 
•Rust, R. H., Assistant in Soil Physics 
Rutt, II. C, Representative of the Public Service Co. of Northern 
Illinois, Chicago, Illinois 

'Salisbury, G. W., Professor, Dairy Science; Head of Department 
Sauer, <i. F., U. S. Soil Conservation Service, Urbana, Illinois 
Schlaretzki, Walter, Director of Southern Area, The Congrega- 
tional and Christian Conference of Illinois, Decatur, Illinois 
Schneider, Mrs. Marjorie, Galesburg, Illinois 
'SCHRAMM, Wilbur, Dean, Division of Communications 
Schumacher, Reverend I. W., Pesotum, Illinois 

r, il \L, Professor, Animal Science 
S ■ "TT, M. J., Instructor, Student Teaching 
*Scott. \\ . ( i.. Assistant Professor, Crops Extension 
. A-.na, Assistant Professor, Home Economics 
Searls, D., Manager, Adams Electrical Cooperative, Camp Point, 

Illinois 
'Sears, Gordon, Fieldman, Farm Bureau Farm Management Service, 
Princeton, Illinois 

'Sears, O. H., Professor, Soil Biology 
"Shawl, R. I., Professor, Farm Machinery 

. Office of Public Instruction, Springfield, Illinois 



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'Simerl, L. H., Extension Economist in Marketing 

"Slife, F. W., Instructor and First Assistant, Crop Production 

'Smith, Buford, Jr., Instructor, Electrical Engineering 

Smith, Reverend J. A., Canton, Illinois 
*Smith, Janice, Professor of Nutrition; Head, Home Economics De- 
partment 
*Snapp, R. R., Professor, Animal Science 
*Snider, H. J., Assistant Professor, Soil Fertility 

Soldwedel, Henry, Soldwedel Brothers Dairy, Pekin, Illinois 
*Spaeth, J. N., Professor, Forestry; Head of Department 

Spaulding, Russell, Manager, Sanitary Milk Producers, St. Louis, 
Missouri 
'Stauffer, R. S., Associate Professor, Soil Physics 
•Stewart, C. L., Professor, Agricultural Economics 
*Stice, L. F., Extension Economist in Marketing 
*Stoddard, George D., President, University of Illinois 
*Sullivan, Catherine, Instructor, Home Management 
•Sumption, M. R., Associate Professor of Education 
*Swanson, Earl, Instructor, Farm Management 

Swanson, Wendell, International Farm Youth Exchange Delegate 
to Luxembourg and Belgium; Rockford, Illinois 

Tanquary, E. W., Special Engineer on Farm Implements, Farm Im- 
plement Division, International Harvester Co., Chicago, Illinois 

Tate, H. Clay, Editor, Bloomington Pantagraph, Bloomington, Illi- 
nois 

Teel, Robert, Rushville, Illinois 
*Terrill, S. W., Assistant Professor, Animal Science 

Thomsen, James, Managing Editor, Prairie Farmer, Chicago, Illinois 

Todoroff, Albert, Editor, Locker Management, St. Louis, Missouri 
*Touchberry, R. W,, Assistant Professor, Dairy Cattle Genetics 

Trautman, H. W., Manager, Illinois Livestock Marketing Associa- 
tion, Decatur, Illinois 

Tucker, Reverend Duff, Mt. Sterling, Illinois 

Upgren, Arthur R., Professor, Economics, University of Minnesota; 
Assftciate Editor, Morning Star 

•VanDemark, N. L., Assistant Professor, Dairy Cattle Physiology 

*Walker, Clareta, Assistant Professor, Rural Youth 
Walker, Vaughn, Manager, Ice-Way Locker Sales Co., Watseka, 
Illinois 
'Walters, C. S., Associate Professor, Forest Utilization 
*Ward, Gladys J., Assistant Professor, Home Management 
*Webb, R. J., Associate Professor, Agricultural Extension and Re- 
search; Superintendent, Dixon Springs Experiment Station 
*Weesner, Kathryn, Instructor, Home Economics 
*Weibel, R. O., Assistant Professor, Crop Production and Plant 

Genetics 
*Welch, J. A., Assistant, Animal Science 

Westberg, Reverend Granger E., Office of the Chaplain, Augustana 
Lutheran Hospital, Chicago, Illinois 
*Whitesel, Rita, Assistant Professor, Home Economics 
Whitlock, Mary C, Associate Professor, Textiles, Clothing, and 
Related Arts, Michigan State College, East Lansing, Michigan 
'Whitman, G. B., Extension Specialist in Farm Management 
*\Vills, J. E., Associate Professor, Farm Management 
•Wills, Walter J., Assistant Professor, Agricultural Engineering 
Wilson, Kenneth, Kempton, Illinois 
"Winter, D. W., Assistant, Agricultural Engineering 
Womeldorff, Dawson, Illinois Chamber of Commerce, Chicago, 
Illinois 
'Woodworm, C. M., Professor, Plant Genetics 
•Working, E. J., Professor, Agricultural Economics 
Wright, Roe M., County Superintendent of Schools, Robinson, 
Illinois 

Yohe, Ralph S., Farm Service Editor, Prairie Farmer, WLS, Chi- 
cago, Illinois 
Young, Reverend Ellsworth, Athens, Illinois 
•Young, S. P., Assistant, Agricultural Engineering 



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FARM AND HOME WEEK COMMITTEE 

K. Hudelson, chairman: A. K. Ayeks, L. B. Culver, C. L. 

Folse, K. E. Gardner, U. S. Garrigus, Florence King, Mary 
Ligon, J. C. McDaniel, W. D. Murphy, J. A. Murray, A. I. 
Nelson, W. F. Purnell, Florence VanNorden, G. T. Woods. 



EXHIBITS COMMITTEE 

L. B. Culver, chairman; J. W. Ault, E. E. Broadbiint. K. I.. 
Hays, L. I-. Kfmpe, B. F. Muirheid, A. L. Neumann, Cath- 
erini Sullivan, E. 1>. Walkkr, B. L. Weaver, 



OPEN HOUSE COMMITTEE 

Geraldine Acker and 0. F. Gaebe, co-chairman; Janice Beck- 
strom, Clareta Walker, George Whitman. 



REGISTRATION AND HOUSING COMMITTEE 

O. L. Whalin, chairman; Grace Armstrong, E. E. Ormiston, 
Margaret Schrader, K. Virginia Seidel, Paul Veale, W. J. 
Wills. 

PUBLICITY AND RADIO COMMITTEE 
Jack Murray, chairman; Jessie Heathman. 

SOCIAL RECREATION COMMITTEE 

Janice Beckstrom and R. O. Lyon, co-chairman; II. R. Brunm 
meyer, C. L. Folse. Lucille Hieser, Roy Johnson, Florence 
Kimmelsiiue, E, I'. Lyon, [van Parett, Clareta Walkir, 
Hugh Wetzel. 

SIGNS COMMITTEE 
A. R. Ayers, chairman; L. B. Culver. 



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FARM AND HOME WEEK 



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EXHIBITS 

DEMONSTRATIONS 

DISPLAYS 



For the second year, Farm and Home Week presents 
the "FARM AND HOME WEEK SHOW." This 
Show features unusual and attractive displays and 
exhibits on modern farming and homemaking. There 
will be special demonstrations every afternoon, Mon- 
day through Wednesday, following the General Ses- 
sions. All Farm and Home Week visitors are urged 
to visit the Show during their stay on the campus. 



Show Time . . . 

Monday (afternoon) 
Tuesday (all day) 
Wednesday (all day) 

Place . . . 

Lower Gym — Bevier Ha 

" Progressive Farming 
and Family Living" 

50TH ANNUAL FARM AND HOME WEEK 
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS • URBANA 



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